Posts Tagged Sunset

Paris, and break

I have reached the last destination, on my short european tour, Paris! From Notre Dame, to the Eiffel tower and all the other great places to visit, there is so much to do and see. I am not exactly sure I would agree that this is the “most romantic” city in the world, but it is a beautiful place to visit. I have only spent a few days here for now, I will be back.

Paris also marks the beginning of a new chapter. I feel though that this Nomad has finally accomplished what was set out for almost a year ago now; and have finally wore myself out of traveling (for now?). I have been very blessed to be able to check everything off of my bucket list, except the aurora borealis, wrong time of year now!

The places I have been, people I have met along the way, the unbelievable things that I have able to experience, have left me forever changed! I can say without question this has been the most amazing year of my life, so far! A huge thank you to everyone who has played a part in it, in any way. I am excited to see what unfolds ahead….

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Desert sunset

There were some clouds that moved in just before sunset a couple of days ago. Almost as if they “were shipped in for it”, as my sister would say. So I made it an amazing adventure with the two most important people in my world, it was truly a magical evening. Here are some pictures that resulted…IMG_0307

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Southern Cali

I realized I had a few too many pictures I hadn’t uploaded off of my camera. Here are a few of what I consider the better ones, from my continued adventures in southern Cali. Enjoy.

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marine layer

Hollywood sign

Hollywood sign

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A classic California sunset.

A classic California sunset.

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Couldn’t decide…

Which picture(s) to share so you get all three.

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New Year, a few new pictures to share.

Downtown San Diego

Downtown San Diego

Sunset Cliffs

Sunset Cliffs

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Monsoons in Tucson

I still remain confused as to why anybody would want to live someplace that gets so damn hot for so much of the year. I’ve been constantly amazed by the rainstorms (called monsoons here). The way they move in and out so quickly, and the beautiful scenery they create, starts to help me understand. As my days here in Tucson are almost numbered, I am definitely starting to appreciate it more.

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